My husband and I had very different childhoods. He grew up in suburbia, and I grew up in the middle of nowhere on a farm. He watched and loved many movies; my list of movies I had the time or opportunity to watch was fairly limited.
So we’ll be talking to our kids and mention a movie like The Jungle Book. Another movie I have never seen.
“You’ve NEVER seen The Jungle Book? For real?” My husband always has a look of pure shock when he asks this.
So there is just one thing to do. “Time to add it to the list!”
My list of “to watch” movies has grown pretty long. I clearly have a lot of catching up to do.
That’s why I love Remember Stuff’s “Remember Movies” list. It keeps all the movies I want to watch in one easy place. When we have movie night, usually Friday, it’s easy to just login and see what’s on the list.
I don’t know about you, but it’s fun to “discover” these older movies with my kids, and also show them the ones we have grown to love over the years.
Already some of their favorites came out when my husband and I were younger—movies like Back to the Future, Toy Story, Home Alone, Aladdin, Mrs. Doubtfire, An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, and many many more.
Your Remember Movies list could be what you haven’t seen yet, but it could also be a list of your favorite movies you’ve already seen. Both would be fun to share with other friends who are also part of rememberstuff.me.
Here is how to remember your own movies:
Click on “Remember a Movie” or “Find a Movie.”
Search for the movie you want to add to your list. You can search by title, actor/actress, or director. I love this option because often, when I like a director or actress, I am interested in seeing their other work. (Like my husband, who is a big fan of all of the Tom Hanks movies.)
When you find the movie you are looking for, click on it.
You’ll then have the option to click to Buy It via iTunes, or Save It to your Remember Stuff account, or watch it via Amazon.com. If you want to just add it to your list to remember later, just select Save It. You’re done!
As an added option, you’ll have the chance to rate it and also share it with other friends who are on Remember Stuff. Select “My Movies” and you’ll see your list of shows you’ve saved.
So if you’re like me and have a lot of movie watching catch up to do, or even if you just like to remember the movies you’ve already watched, Remember Stuff makes it super easy. The next time you have a free evening and the kids are getting sleepy, why not turn on The Jungle Book? to articles.rememberstuff.me